Every Australian business now has an Internet presence, following the release of the Green Pages.
Launched by Dependable Database Data, the Green Pages is, effectively, a Web-based Yellow Pages. It allows Internet users to search for a company by name, business classification or address.
Every Australian business is given a basic listing for free, said Steve Butcher, general manager of Dependable Database Data.
However, if businesses want a more detailed listing containing their logo and information about their company they need to pay $49 for a year's listing, he said. A company's listing in the Green Pages can also be linked to its own home page, and users can reach the company by sending them an e-mail.
If the company does not have an e-mail account, users can send what Dependable Database Data calls an "f-mail" option that converts the e-mail message into a fax which is then sent to the company's fax machine. Businesses are, however, charged an additional fee for the f-mail service.
For more information: (02) 9261 8555, or visit www.greenpages.com.au